The english system is the metric system. There is no difference.
In most of the world, there is no difference, because the metric system is the customary system.In a few isolated hold-out corners of the world, such as the USA, the English system is still customary.In those places, the main difference between the metric system and their customary system is that theircustomary system is a lot harder for their people to learn than the metric system would be.
The English system is a measurement system; in a sense it is a metric system but it is not the metric system, so I would avoid using that word to describe it.
If that is supposed to be English units, Metric units are used based on the power of 10. English units aren't based on anything consistently.
Inches are part of the English system and centimeters are part of the metric system.
The metric system.
There is only 1 metric system - a German litre equals an English litre.
English system evolved from non-standard measure.Metric system is a decimal system
English: pound. Metric: kilogram.
The gram is a metric unit of mass.
The metric system is really the world's standard system.
what is jistory system
metric system is based on 10s
"English" may refer to imperial measuremnet, the system used in the U.S. which uses miles/yards/feet and gallons. England, like much of the world, now uses the metric system.
the metric and english system are used in everyday life for certain measurements and distances
ano ang pagkakaiba ng metric at English system?
because it is better to use metric converter than english converter
You can convert metric units more easily than English units because the metric system is used with 10s instead of random numbers.
the metric system actually follows logic
America doesn't use the metric system in general. We use the English system with Inches, feet, etc.
First, there is no such thing as english. There is the Imperial system and the conversion from metric to Imperial is different for different measures.
The metric system and English system are two "competing" systems of units of measure. The US is one of the few places on earth where the English system is still winning.
Only the metric system (SI - International System of Units) is scientific and legal around the world. The English system is obsolete.
the SI (systeme internationale) uses the metric system for measurements